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Pink and Carey Hart's Relationship Timeline

A Timeline of Pink and Carey Hart's Rollercoaster Romance

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Pink and Carey Hart first began dating in 2001 after meeting at the Summer X Games, and since then, they've taken their love all over the globe, vacationing in Mexico, Australia, and Paris. While their relationship hasn't been without its fair share of drama (they've broken up twice before), Pink and Carey have worked through their issues, welcomed two kids together, and most recently, celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary. If anything, their time apart has only brought them closer.

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  • 2001: Pink and Carey Hart began dating after meeting at the Summer X Games in Philadelphia, PA. She was initially intrigued by his bad-boy antics, but admitted "the excitement wears off" after "you spend a couple nights in the hospital with him when he's broken" during an interview with USA Today.
  • 2003: Pink and Carey broke up.

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  • 2005: Fortunately, their split was short-lived, as Pink decided to take matters into her own hands and proposed to Carey during his race at the Pro 250 class finals in Mammoth, CA. As Carey came up on his third lap, Pink held up a pit board that read, "Will You Marry Me?" When Carey failed to pull over, she added, "Serious!" to it, and he said, "Yes!"
  • 2006: The duo tied the knot six months later in Costa Rica. The ceremony was attended by more than 100 guests, including Lisa Marie Presley, and was held on the beach during sunset at the Four Seasons resort.
  • 2008: Two years later, the couple broke up again. Pink addressed the split on her website, writing, "The most important thing for you all to know is that Carey and I love each other so so much. This breakup is not about cheating, anger, or fighting. I know it sounds like cliché bullsh*t, but we are best friends, and we will continue to be."
  • 2009: Pink and Carey reconciled, and the BMX biker told People at the time, "We're rebuilding. Sometimes you have to take a couple of steps backwards to move forward."

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